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This is a package the company requires you to pay for. In order to insure you buy it and not just pick it up from a friend or elsewhere for free, they require you to enter a product key to activate the program for use. Without this product key the program is rendered useless,,, the wonders of technology,,, huh?
Look on the back of the rangefinder......Its a very small strip that has the model number, serial number, and date of manufacture. If it sez.....20-1932 you have a "bow and rifle" rangefinder.....!!!! If it doesn't have model number 201932. You don't have that capability. Read your manual, check the unit for the model type. Part 2: Try holding down the "FIRE BUTTON" for more than 5 seconds....see if the the "setup" comes across the display screen........(read the manual) The unit should have came with a ballistic disk. If you don't have one call Bushnell and get one. (800.423.3537) It has a lot of good info on it.